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Penn State Smeal Executive MBA Program to Accept Applications Until July 15

The Penn State Smeal Executive MBA Program will accept application materials from candidates seeking admission for the class of 2016 until July 15.
May 13, 2014

The Penn State Smeal Executive MBA Program will accept application materials from candidates seeking admission for the class of 2016 until July 15.

For more information on how to apply, visit www.smeal.psu.edu/execmba/admit.

“We consider the diversity of experience that students bring to classes to be one of the most valuable parts of the program, so we really are looking for candidates with a variety of backgrounds,” said Kara Keenan, managing director of the EMBA Program.

“We’re excited to assemble the class of 2016 cohort, and we want to encourage anyone who may have been considering application to reach out with any further questions.”

The Smeal EMBA Program application requires educational transcripts, a current resume, a self-assessment form, two essays, and two professional recommendations.

To learn more about the Smeal Executive MBA, visit the program website at www.smeal.psu.edu/execmba, reach out to program staff at emba@smeal.psu.edu or 866-999-EMBA, or attend an upcoming informational event.

Keenan holds coffee chats monthly at the Lounge of the Ritz-Carlton in downtown Philadelphia to meet informally and answer questions about the program. The coffee chats, held from noon to 2 p.m., are scheduled for the summer months on May 21, June 25, and July 23.

In addition, an information session is scheduled for Friday, June 20, from 6-8 p.m. at the ACE Conference Center in Lafayette Hill, Pa., where EMBA classes are held. This session will provide candidates an opportunity to talk with current students in the program as well as faculty and staff.

“We’re excited to assemble the class of 2016 cohort, and we want to encourage anyone who may have been considering application to reach out with any further questions,” said Keenan.

About the Penn State Smeal Executive MBA Program
The Penn State Smeal Executive MBA Program provides working professionals with the learning, connections, resources, and experiences to accelerate their careers. The 21-month program features personalized executive coaching, intensive communication training, a weeklong international residency experience, and coursework focused on the unique challenges of the students’ firms. Classes are held on alternating weekends at the ACE Conference Center in suburban Philadelphia. Learn more at www.smeal.psu.edu/execmba.

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